Customer Reviews Of:
Haurex Talento-R Chronograph Watch - Stainless Steel
Closeouts. A robust, oversized watch for the gentleman who likes to live large, the Italian-made Haurex Talento-R chronograph watch is a true feat of engineering with its stout case, crown and oversized face features for easy reading.
Average Rating based on 5 reviews 2.800000 0 5
Verified Buyer Reviewed by El Caballo from Cincinnati.OH on Monday, October 1, 2012I returned this watch reluctantly. It is stylish not too big for my wrist - it may be for others though. It is not luminous - the hands and markers are not luminescent even after prolonged exposure to bright light. Too bad the watch is otherwise eyecatching.
- Best Uses: Daily Use
- Cons: Bulky
- Describe Yourself: Athletic, High End Shopper
- Pros: Stylish
- Was this a gift?: No
Reviewed by Jakelokipi from Washington on Monday, July 16, 2012Very happily recieved as gift. You DO NOT need jewelers tools to reset time. Simply lift up on cover and it swings open. Chronograph buttons easy to use if your fingers are not that of a neandrethol. Direction book looses a lot in translation, hence STP's earlier mistake about the date function. Have received many compliments and it works great, you simply have to be smarter than the watch. How often do you get have a [$] for such a deal. Long time buyer from STP, very upright company.
- Best Uses: Daily Use, Formal Events, Travel
- Describe Yourself: Athletic, Classic, Practical
- Pros: Accurate, Comfortable, Quality Construction, Stylish, Water Resistant
- Was this a gift?: Yes
Reviewed by vitalishe from Los Alamos, NM on Wednesday, July 11, 2012The design of this watch is so flawed that it is not worth the cost of shipping.
The main dial has a very short in/out motion.
The "out" position is for adjusting the time and the "in" position is supposed to be a safe position. Due to the short range of motion (or some other defect), even with the dial guard in the locked position, turning the dial may lead to accidental time change.
This leads to the question:
"What's the point of a high-end watch if you cannot trust the time it is showing?"
- Best Uses: For throwing
- Cons: Flawed design
- Describe Yourself: Athletic, Practical
- Pros: None in view of cons
- Was this a gift?: No
Reviewed by David Ecale from Minneapolis, Minneaota on Monday, January 9, 2012A nice watch at a good price. Note that I used an extreme discount from STP in purchasing this watch. It is big and heavy. Also, it is not for everyone. The watch needs a jewler's screwdriver to remove the band around the crown to reset the time, and then replace it. The watchband is for a large wrist and may need to have a link removed for the band to fit. // The stopwatch/timer function buttons are hard to operate. (Oh well, at $2XX I don't care, ... at $1,000, I'd reject the watch.) //
- Cons: A bit too big, And a bit too heavy, Hard to operate buttons, wasteful packaging
- Pros: A good price, Easy to read analog dial, Luminescent hands, Nice metal watch band
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Bob from Delaware, OH on Monday, December 26, 2011The description said the watch had a calendar, it does NOT... It bothers me that SIERRA wrote a false description. I was going to send it back, but, decided it wasn't worth the trouble.But, I wonder what else was false?
I will think twice before buying from SIERRA again.
- Cons: Difficult to use stop wat, Not what was advertised
- Pros: Looks Nice, Seems to keep right time